'MY MOM SAYS I'M A HERO' WORDS FROM A FIVE-YEAR-OLD WHO CAME FACE TO FACE WITH A BURGLAR

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MY MOM SAYS I'M A HERO' WORDS FROM A FIVE-YEAR-OLD WHO CAME FACE TO FACE WITH A BURGLAR


TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI)- Amanda Totten got a telephone approach Thursday morning that her home had been broken in to.

"I was frightened. I promptly thought of the direct outcome imaginable," said Totten.

Her first concerns were her child, Jase Totten, who was home at the time.

"He could've snatched my child, he could've taken him, he could have harmed him," said Totten.

James Coleman was likewise home yet sleeping upstairs and totally rested through the intrusion.

"I rested and the following thing I woke up to was a telephone call from focal dispatch saying they had captured somebody who they accept was inside the house," Coleman let us know.

Coleman says the man entered through the window and strolled over to the lounge where he drew nearer Jase.

"At whatever point he came in here he remained before the chimney and said all's identity here," Jase said.

Jase answered with "Jim" and ran upstairs to stow away as the man kept on taking from the home.

Things, for example, chargers, keys, PCs, and duffle sacks were taken outside and arranged along the fence.

A neighbour saw the new man and called the police.

Jason Cunningham was captured at the scene for reasonable justification and different infringement.

Jase and his family are grateful nobody was harmed amid this episode and give all the credit to Jase.

"My mother says I'm a legend," Jace let us know.

Cunningham does not have any formal charges against him right now, however, the judge managing has conceded officers until Wednesday to make those charges.

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